It will lodge the proposals for south of Builyeon Road on the southern edge of Queensferry, between the approaches for both of the Forth road crossings.
The design has been influenced following engagement from the local community, led by the Queensferry District Community Council (QDCC) and including a online consultation event in October 2020.
The development received planning permission in principle on 15 June. Approval is conditional upon a new master plan, and the CALA submission provides the additional details required for full planning approval.
CALA has submitted two further proposals, including new commercial and retail sites, as well as the potential care home.
The financial gains from the Builyeon Road site could exceed £11m, which in addition to the delivery of a new primary school and local transportation improvements, will add financial contributions towards other education provision and healthcare within Queensferry.
Derek Lawson, strategic land director with CALA Homes (East), said: “The community and in particular the QDCC has been heavily involved throughout the planning and design process, which has helped us to shape and adapt proposals for a mixed use development appropriate to the location of the site within Queensferry.”
Keith Giblett, chair of Queensferry and District Community Council, said: “If the plans are approved, we expect CALA to continue working with the community to ensure that the benefits of development are maximised locally.
“We look forward to receiving clarification from the council on how the sizeable financial contributions obtained from the various developments will be spent in our community, providing much needed improvements both diligently and timely such that the community can see the immediate benefits.”
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